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A couple of the pieces I did when I was learning new programs. It was either learn or become obsolete.

The car is purely fictitious, it was not patterned from any existing vehicle.

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Amazing detail. Beautiful renderings.

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What software is that?

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Harry, the program is Solidworks.

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I thought people might get a kick out of see some of the psychedelic period art that I did during the 60's and onwards......

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I certainly did.....

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Wow David,that's really good. It's like 3D Studio Max isn't it?

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pharoah: The programs I use are similar to 3D Studio Max but deal more with accurate real world dimensions.

Solidworks, Autocad, Rhino are more suited for engineering models rather than models for animation or visual arts,

Much of my childhood was spent in Indiana but I escaped...... :)

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